September 23, 2012
I run a nonprofit in Nebaj, Guatemala, called Embrace Guatemala. The past three years we've ordered about 60 computers from Computers for Guatemala for two grade schools, two junior highs, two neighborhood community centers, and another nonprofit. We buy their high-end computers, which cost about $130 and come with a flat-screen monitor and formatted in Spanish. The schools pay 25-50% of the cost; we pay the rest. Computers for Guatemala guarantees their computers for one year, repairing or replacing defective computers. The computers are used, so on occasion we have problems with some of them. When this happens Computers for Guatemala attends to the matter promptly and professionally. Computers for Guatemala provides a wonderful service for a country way behind the developed countries of the world. I'm really grateful for their service, and intend to order more computers from them for other schools in my region.
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